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a different take on this guy. you don't see him as some trained cia type guy we needed to fear to this extent. you think he was a bit of a bungler. what do you mean? >> well, megyn, when you look at his career in lapd you can certainly see that he bare had i had enough training on lapd and experience to ride in a police car by himself. he had problems in the academy from day one and we didn't see any of the-- or otherwise describe the problems he had in the academy and he had an accidental discharge with a firearm at the academy shot himself in the hand and two day suspension. we look at the videos of printing and he kind of looks like a dork. he doesn't feel comfortable with the weapons you can see it in the way he handles himself and they report his military experience. the unit he was in is basically a mobile communications unit in the navy and i'm sure he had exposure to weapons training just like anybody in the military does, but when you look at his manifesto you'd swear you were up against 007, jason bourne, rambo, and that isn't the case. and he wasn't a highly trained lapd officer. h
of the department of defense, and the head of the cia, john brennan, they are in a stalemate here. we have just written what looks to be a death nell for the nomination of chuck hagel, if indeed all that-- >> and if it holds up. and the thing is, but the president renominating these two, that, that is not extra-legal. this is what should have happened the first time he nominates them, they get a hearing, you know, it's fine. the republicans are never going to like his pick for the nlrb and the democrats are never going it like the republican president's pick for the nlrb. but this is going the way it always should have gone and they'll get their hearing, right? is there a problem with him renominating the same controversial people. they were so controversial, he decided to give them recess appointments the first time. >> they have participated in what has been unlawful, work on the nlrb. >> well, that wasn't their fault. >> of course it is. >> megyn: no it isn't. the president says trust me, i can do the appointment and you do your work. >> if the president says and the court says-- >> even tho
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